Accountability, Efficiency and Equity

Issues in Title I School Wide Program Implementation

Kenneth K. Wong (Redaktør) ; Margaret C. Wang (Redaktør)

Part of the ""Research in Educational Policy"" series, this book covers such topics as: the role of the state in strengthening Title 1 programmes; the effects of racial and economic segregation in urban schools; and school-family partnerships. Les mer
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Part of the ""Research in Educational Policy"" series, this book covers such topics as: the role of the state in strengthening Title 1 programmes; the effects of racial and economic segregation in urban schools; and school-family partnerships.

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Introduction and Overview, Kenneth K. Wong, University of Chicago, and Margaret C. Wang, Laboratory for Student Success of Temple University Center for Research in Human Development and Education. The Role of the State in Strengthening the Title I Programs, Margaret Geortz, and Janet Kroll, University of Pennsylvania. Understanding Differences between Rural and Nonrural Schools Impacting Student Achievement: Implications for Title I Programs and Assessments, Jaekyung Lee, University of Maine. School-Family Partnerships: Policy Implications for Urban Schools, Eva Patrikakou, Roger Weissberg, and Michelle Rubinstein, University of Illinois at Chicago. Making Economically Grounded Decisions about Comprehensive School Reform Models: Consideration of Costs, Effects, and Contexts, Jennifer King Rice, University of Maryland. A National Study of the Title I School Wide Programs: A Synopsis of Interim Findings, Margaret Wang, Kenneth Wong, and Jeong Ran Kim, Laboratory for Student Success. Inequality and Achievement: The Effects of Racial and Economic Segregation in Urban Schools, William Yancey, Temple University. Systemic Reform in Title I Schools: Case Studies in Philadelphia, Kenneth Wong and Julie Brown, University of Chicago. Using Market Forces to Make Title I School More Effective, Marci Kanstoroom, Thomas B. Fordham Foundation, and Tyce Palmaffy, Investor's Business Daily.